Economy

It is no accident that Texas consistently leads the nation in job creation. Some have described this economic powerhouse as a "Texas Miracle." But, we know better than that. The Texas Economic Experience is rooted in concepts and principles that will work anywhere they're tried: Keeping taxes low, creating a predictable regulatory climate, cracking down on lawsuit abuse, and investing in critical infrastructure like roads, water and schools in a fiscally responsible way.
I appeared on The National Desk with Jan Jeffcoat highlighting my bicameral, bipartisan bill to squeeze Russia’s revenue, while warning that higher costs from inflation continue to be passed down to American families.
The native-born population doesn’t have enough babies to maintain the population size of the US, and in the absence of immigration the US shrinks in size, economic presence, and its abilities to protect its values around the...
Texas is well-positioned to grow even more as a leader in the domestic semiconductor arena and I will continue fighting in Congress to increase our semiconductor manufacturing capacity to support economic growth, secure...
The basis of it all right now continues to be massive government spending that fuels inflation and not enough workers because of the policies of President Biden.
AUSTIN, TX — FWD.us today released a new data analysis highlighting the impact of immigrants to the Texas economy and workforce, and underscoring the urgent need for sensible pro-immigration polici
Farmers and ranchers in my district have experienced cut water lines, stolen property, broken fences, and other damages as a result of migrants passing through the area.
Wednesday on Fox News’ Your World with Neil Cavuto, I discussed the Democrats’ plan to suspend the federal gas tax in order to mitigate the inflation affecting American families.
The President not only doesn’t recognize it, but he’s still pushing for the Build Back Better plan that will make inflation and the worker shortage even worse.”
A group of House Republicans led by Representative Maria Elvira Salazar (FL-27) introduced the Dignity Act, an immigration reform bill they say will end illegal immigration, reestablish law and order, provide a solution for...
This third article of the "How to Fix the Broken Immigration System" series offers adjustments that lawmakers should make to the legal immigration system that will increase economic growth, combat inflation, and prevent...
I issued the following statement after President Biden requested that Congress vote to suspend permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) with Russia.
After what many analysts are referring to as the likely last good jobs report for the year, I issued the following statement:February's jobs report is further proof that with emergency COVID jobless benefits ending,...
Prices for goods and services across a wide range of consumer expenses rose at their fastest level in nearly 39 years, while Americans’ personal incomes remained the same, according to the Commerce Department.
County leaders shared how the federal response to the pandemic has helped their communities protect public health and recover economically, as well as some of the current challenges each of their counties face.
This administration must take immediate action and stand up for the agricultural producers that feed and clothe our nation. It’s time to put the United States first and stand up to our adversaries.
The threat of President Biden’s tax hikes is causing damage to the economy as Main Street businesses brace for higher costs.
The worst thing Washington could do now is fuel inflation with more spending or impose tax hikes on employers that ultimately show up in higher prices for customers and higher taxes on their workers.
In January, the Consumer Price Index showed that inflation went over expectations at 7.5 percent, the largest increase since February 1982.
I recently joined The Sam Malone Show to discuss President Biden's continued economic crisis, weak foreign policy, continued border crisis and rising crime across the country.
Food, energy, and housing prices all continue to climb, while working families' income decreases.

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